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The luminaire trends 2021/22

In most parts of Germany, we probably all imagined the past few weeks to be a bit warmer. Clouds, wind and the first falling leaves have announced it in advance - autumn is just around the corner. But that is no reason to mope: Because with the right lighting, we make it all the more comfortable in our four walls during the darker season. We have used the cooler days in advance and found the hottest lighting novelties for you.

These are the lighting trends for 2021/22:

  1. Gentle play of colours: luminaires in natural colours

Stylish table lamps: ideal for the home office

  1. Indirect light: atmospheric lighting with opal glass and rice paper
  2. Industrial style: cosy coolness

Straight-lined floor lamps: space-saving beauty

1. Gentle play of colours: luminaires in natural colours

What catches the eye right from the first glance at the new luminaires for the coming season - and inspires enthusiasm - are the many coloured models that provide an extra dose of cosiness in unobtrusive natural shades.

In addition to earthy brown, beige and cream tones, designs in rust red and olive green in particular catch the eye here, picking up on the tones of autumn and thus bringing nature into your living space in an elegant way.

Levitate pendant lamp, Ø 28 cm, sage green / brass by Menu
The Oblique LED table lamp by Flos , H 35 cm, sage
Lyss Floor lamp, almond matt from Frandsen
Metal pendant light from Hübsch Interior in sand / brown
Slant Table lamp by Hay in 28 cm in the colour khaki
Leaf LED table lamp from Muuto in dark green
Tripod HM8 Floor lamp from & tradition in maroon
Kuppi Wall lamp 2. 0 from Woud in mustard yellow (Pantone 7555)

2. Stylish table lamps: ideal for the home office

Many people are still working from home - and this is likely to remain the case even after the pandemic. Working models are being restructured and adapted to the needs of employees.

Vitruvio Floor lamp from Artemide in brassOur recommendations for you:ArtemideView now!

Many lighting manufacturers, such as Muuto and & tradition , and have now designed table lamps , which not only illuminate the desk wonderfully bright, but also fit stylishly into the home with their homely design.

The Tripod HM9 table lamp in the reading room

Whether on the desk, the chest of drawers or the bedside table - the new table lamps inspire everywhere with their slim, classic design with a modern twist.

LINN LITTLE OBLIQUE Table lamp from Maigrau in smoked oak, bronze grey
Big Fellow Table lamp from House Doctor with antique brass finish
The Fritz Hansen - Night Owl Table lamp, midnight blue
Snoopy Table lamp from Flos in orange
Cathy Table lamp from Bloomingville in natural white
The Gesso table lamp from HKliving , matt mustard
Cono Table lamp from Woud in black
Opal glass table lamp from Hübsch Interior in yellow
Bestlite BL2 Table lamp from Gubi in soft white semi matt / brass

3. Indirect light: atmospheric lighting with opal glass and rice paper

This season, luminaires with a shade made of rice paper or linen provide a particularly warm, cosy autumn atmosphere. The translucent material diffuses the light particularly gently and - in keeping with Soft Minimalism - exudes a minimalist yet inviting atmosphere in the room.

Opal glass lampshades have a very similar effect and also create a warm lighting atmosphere. Opal glass has been used as lighting glass for more than 70 years and has always been appreciated for its classically elegant appearance - even when switched off. The new luminaires made of opal glass now also play above all with the shapes of the lampshade, which makes them a modern eye-catcher.

Lampshade rice paper Tao Ø 50 cm, white from Collection
Échasse Hurricane tealight holder in opal / brass bronzed by Menu
The William rice paper lampshade from Broste Copenhagen in white, Ø 36 x H 43 cm
The bamboo / paper pendant lamp Ball, Ø 80 cm, white from HKliving

4. Industrial Style: cosy coolness

In autumn and winter 2021/22, we will encounter many luminaires whose choice of materials and design are reminiscent of the Industrial Style from the lofts of the big cities. Black metal with copper details and large lampshades on floor lamps and wall lamps , which seem to be inspired by spotlights, add cool accents to our homes.

Thanks to newly interpreted shapes, which are sometimes slimmer and sometimes rounder, the Industrial Style luminaires are now even more homely. Combined with wooden furniture in the Skandi or Japandi look , a new living feeling is created - an ideal mix of edgy and soft.

The Menu Cast pendant luminaire in funnel shape
NJP wall lamp, long arm by Louis Poulsen in black
Cohen Pendant light Ø 16 cm from Frandsen in black
Wireline LED Pendant light from Flos in forest green
Howard Pendant lamp, Ø 34 cm, gunmetal by Space Copenhagen
Boston LED pendant light from House Doctor in gunmetal-grey
The Northern - Acorn Pendant light in gray

5. Straight-lined floor lamps: space-saving beauty

Those who like things a little more filigree will find what they are looking for this season. Floor lamps in particular come in a slim, minimalist design that fits into any room, no matter how small - or large - and makes every corner of the room shine. Whether very narrow and simple, with practical details - such as a carrying handle or dimmer - or with a fancy lampshade as an eye-catcher - decide which floor lamp fits best in your home.

Bellhop LED Floor lamp from Flos in cioko
Ball Single Floor lamp, mint glossy from Frandsen
Lyss Floor lamp, almond matt from Frandsen
PH 80 Floor lamp, opal white from Louis Poulsen
Cono Floor lamp H 140 cm from Woud in black
The floor lamp Precise, brass by House Doctor
The Birdy Floor lamp from Northern in grey / metallic

Article from the 2021-09-02

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